Eastern Districts Seed  Cleaning Co  -  EDSCO 

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EDSCO began in 1977 as a small family run Seed Cleaning business in the Central Wheatbelt town of Kellerberrin Western Australia.

The business humbly commenced in the old Flour Mill and remained in operation before beginning from the 'ground up.'

The original partners are still very hands on and remain instrumental in EDSCO's continual planning and development and have been for 35 years.

The old Flour Mill was revamped to accommodate local growers and we started out processing 8 Tonne trucks; now 35 years on have the knowledge and expertise to process Road Trains with the capacity for 60 Tonne or more.

We have two sheds in operation, the original 'Big Shed' which processes large seed i.e. Wheat, Barley and Oats and the 'Small Shed' which processes Pasture Seed, Basic Seed, Pedigree Seed, Canola and all small specific varieties.

At EDSCO we are focused on providing Seed Cleaning services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do whatever it takes to exceed your expectations.

We pride ourselves on our integrity and going 'beyond the call of duty' to ensure complete customer satisfaction and repeat business.

We are an Accredited Seed Works by the Department of Agriculture and Food WA and have accredited Seed Samplers on hand at all times. Additionally, we are AQIS accredited to secure Seed and Grain as it arrives from the Eastern Seaboard.

We also have a registered weighbridge.

We are also HACCP accredited.

We also hold affiliations with most Plant Breeders which allows us to offer a broad spectrum of seeds and grains to our many and valued clients.

EDSCO are also members of the ASF (Australian Seed Federation) and we operate and adhere to the code of practice under the ISF (International Seed Federation.)

With a variety of offerings to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy working with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again!

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